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Round-up It's got to be the most exciting event in science since Thomas Edison electrocuted elephants in order to try and discredit Nikola Tesla! It's like finding a Cornish-speaking Flores Hobbit nurturing a Higgs boson particle behind an invisible garden shed! It's [get on with it - Ed]...

Yes, it's Chrome, the browser by Google, and it displays web pages. To make sense of this landmark event, and the deluge of stories it's generated, we've put all the links in one place.

Catch the original announcement here, and what Chrome does here

and a more technical look at how it does it here.

Then marvel at the instant security hole here -

Carpetbomb bug tarnishes Google Chrome

Be wowed by Chrome throught the lens of computing history here -

History shaped Google's Trojan Horse

And why it's being uninstalled very rapidly, here -

Burned by Chrome

Or in fact, not -

Google restores Chrome's shine

And learn why Opera won't be doing any retaliatory larceny, here -

Opera boss: Imitation is flattering

The specially-commissioned comic book that explains Chrome caused just as much attention. Learn how Google redrew the European borders here -

Google cedes Belgium to Germany

Plans to please Austrians here -

Google's Austro-Hungarian ambitions laid bare

And finally, submit your cheeky versions of the Chrome Comic here -

Google's comic capers: what they really meant to say

We have no more Chrome puns for you, but don't start Chroming at the mouth or anything. ®

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